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Studio Ceramics. Banana Dish. McNicoll, Carol (British, b. 1943). Three turbaned figures in long pleated gowns standing on oval bases, holding between them a garland of grapes. The figures are decorated all over with fruiting vine in shades of greyish-green, purple, pink, and pale brown, and have narrow gold bracelets. The garland of grapes is painted underlgaze in pale green, and pinkish-purple, with transferred leaves here and there. The underside of each base is pale green. The base of one figure is titled 'BANANA/DISH' in black. Cream earthenware, slip-cast, painted underglaze in pale green and pinkish-purple, and decorated with open stock French slide on screen-printed ?transfers. Height, whole, 23.4 cm, width, whole, 32.5 cm, 1999. Gift of Nicholas and Judith Goodison through the National Art Collections Fund.